Smith, Peter Scharff

When the Innocent are Punished

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Table of contents

Part I. Prison, Society and Prisoners’ Children

1. Scenes from Family Life
Peter Scharff Smith

2. When the Innocent are Punished
Peter Scharff Smith

3. Prison and Society
Peter Scharff Smith

Part II. Children of Imprisoned Parents: Their Numbers, Problems and Human Rights

4. Children of Imprisoned Parents in Numbers
Peter Scharff Smith

5. The Problems and Reactions of Prisoners’ Children: A Review of Research
Peter Scharff Smith

6. Children of Imprisoned Parents and Their Human Rights
Peter Scharff Smith

Part III. Prisoners’ Children: From Arrest to Release of Their Imprisoned Parents

7. The Arrest of Parents through the Eyes of Children, Police and Social Services
Peter Scharff Smith, Janne Jakobsen

8. Remand Imprisonment: A Stressful Phase of Transition
Peter Scharff Smith

9. After the Sentence: The Family’s Way of Dealing with the Children and the Surroundings
Peter Scharff Smith

10. Visiting in Prisons: Staff, Children, Conditions and Practice
Peter Scharff Smith, Janne Jakobsen

11. Home Leave and Other Ways of Maintaining Contact
Peter Scharff Smith

12. When Visits Do Not Take Place: Opting Out of Visits and Discontinuing Contact
Peter Scharff Smith

13. When Contact is Undesirable
Peter Scharff Smith

14. When Dad or Mum Returns: Re-entry and Release
Peter Scharff Smith

15. With Mum or Dad in Prison: Children Who Live with Their Imprisoned Parents
Peter Scharff Smith

16. Penal Populism and Children of Imprisoned Parents
Peter Scharff Smith

Part IV. Conclusion

17. When the Innocent are Punished: Prison, Society and the Effects of Imprisonment
Peter Scharff Smith

Keywords: Criminology and Criminal Justice, Crime and Society, Children, Youth and Family Policy, International Relations, Prison and Punishment, Family, Criminology and Criminal Justice, general

Publication year
Palgrave Studies in Prisons and Penology
Page amount
306 pages
Upbringing, Education
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